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In this interview Jay explains how he would go about buying some young Angelfish
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The first food for baby angelfish is usually brine shrimp. I have written another guide on that topic. The brine shrimp should be hatched at about the rate you are using them. The amount needed will change as the fish grow. At some point you will have to start using flake food. When the babies are small, you will want to crumple the flake food to tiny pieces to make it easier for they to eat. You can also feed Grindal worms and Daphnia for other live foods. Blood or Black worms are used but they are very expensive to buy. You can't raise them yourself. They also have a reputation for sometimes carrying diseases.
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Setting up the appropriate for a buyer's angelfish is essential to their longevity. This includes choosing the correct space, as well as adjusting the space to provide optimal internal conditions. Should I buy young, very young or adult Angelfish
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Now I have 6 breeding pairs of angelfish: one standard silver with a golden veil marble, one standard black marble with a golden veil, two pair of standard black marbles, a pair of standard golden marbles and a pair of standard blue angelfish. With so many pairs laying eggs, I decided to advertise the fish for sale on Facebook, and Robin’s Angels Clarion PA was created. The Facebook page helped, but I wasn’t reaching enough people. This resulted in me creating a Facebook Aquatic Flea Market, a place to sell, buy, trade or search (iso) of aquatic items and for fish, turtles, lizards, snakes, etc. The two Facebook pages are doing surprisingly well for only being up and running for a few weeks. I receive lots of questions on raising angelfish and the plants I have in my aquariums, leading me to create a web page. I hope you enjoy the page. This hobby has been a learning experience everyday. I don’t want to give the impression I’m an expert in angelfish breeding, because I’m not. I learn something new each day and have found what works for one person does not work for another however there are basics that everyone must have in order to have a healthy tank. I plan on using this site as a blog page to give insight on what I deal with on a day to day basis raising angelfish.They are a very impressive in large groups in variety of colors. I say the best looking tropical angel would be the Wild Breed (Silver, Black vertical stripes and red eyes, a.k.a. Silver angelfish) You don't see them very often any more becuase pet stores buy fish from local breeders nowadays instead of being imported. If you see a Silver (Wild) Angelfish that has red eyes, you should purchase it. I got mine at a pet store for 3 bucks it was 2" and now eight months later it is almost 7" inches! The wild angels are a bit more territorial than other angels, and will chase any angels away (except its pair partner) from its spot in the tank, which for mine is inside a sunken ship. The Wild angels are a very elegant and make a great crown jewel of any aquarium.Show Quality: The most important aspect of potential breeding stock is that they are show quality angelfish. You should be willing to enter them in any angelfish show and have confidence that they represent the variety very well. Beauty is the reason we keep angelfish. People buy them because of how they look. There is no such thing as breeder quality angelfish stock that was not show angelfish shortly before pairing up. If they are not show quality, then they are not breeder quality. There is seldom a way to know if a lack of show quality traits is due to environment, genetics or a combination of the two. Assume that it is genetic and that the negative traits will be passed on to the next generation. I cannot stress this point more. You will make little or no positive progress towards improving the quality of your angelfish line, if you do not choose breeder angelfish that represent what you are looking for. Angelfish Bodies should be round as possible or slightly higher than long. Long bodied angelfish are considered inferior looking by most people. Head profile should be smooth with no humps. A notch on the predorsal profile is acceptable as it would appear in Pterophyllum scalare. Consequently, a pre-dorsal profile without a notch is acceptable as it would also appear in other wild angelfish that have been used to create our domestic strains.This Freshwater Angelfish is one of the most popular fish in the aquarium trade due to its characteristic shape, broad range of colors and patterns available. They are highly demandable fish and they are available in a number of color forms including black, gold and koi strains, standard silver. Many local fish farms produce these fish to make supply available. To buy your favorite fish, look below online vendor that I would recommend from.